About Us

The History of Our Company

Caballero & Sons Plumbing & Heating Inc started out in 1964 as Bob Caballero Plumbing & Heating. Created and founded by Arcelio and his wife Evelyn, it was later incorporated in 1967. 

Through hard work and great care, the business flourished and soon became a family affair. In 1997, we moved to Freehold, New Jersey and expanded our service area to all of Central New Jersey. We continue to grow, offering our customers the best in quality work and service.
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Michael J. Caballero

After graduating from Manalapan High School and Monmouth County Vocational School n 1979, Michael soon joined Arcelio to learn all aspects of the business. 

While working with his father, Michael expanded his plumbing knowledge by attending Brookdale Community College from 1979 to 1985 and graduated with his Plumbing Certification. 

In 1982, while still going to school, Michael became vice president, at which time was born Caballero & Sons Plumbing & Heating, Inc. In 1986, after the passing of his father Arcelio, Michael became president of the company to help carry on the legacy of his father. Michael works hard in providing customers with the best course of action for their plumbing needs.

John P. Caballero

As the business continued to grow, so did the family staff. In 1985, after graduating Manalapan High School, John joined the company. 

While still working with his father Arcelio, John continued his education by attending Brookdale Community College from 1985-1989. John earned certificates in plumbing, blueprint reading, and mathematics. 

In 1992, John became vice president of the company. His responsibilities consist of running the daily operations of Caballero & Sons Plumbing & Heating Inc. However, you can still find him, from time to time, with sleeves rolled up working in the field.

Robert Caballero

Bob graduated from Manalapan High School in 1976. While working in the plumbing and construction field, he returned to the company in 1988, to carry on the legacy. Bob can still be found in the service department where he continues the same quality service that Arcelio would expect.

Anthony Alleruzzo
Anthony Alleruzzo, often referred as Cousin Ant in the field, is John, Michael and Bob Caballero’s nephew. He is the son of the Caballero brother’s sister Gina Caballero-Alleruzzo. Anthony graduated from Freehold Township High School in 2011. Anthony went on the path of higher education and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Kean University with a bachelor’s degree in History in 2016. While in college Anthony spent most of his summers and winter breaks working with his family where he was introduced to the world of plumbing. After graduation Anthony decided to continue working at Caballero & Sons where he is absorbing as much as he could about the plumbing trade. Today you will find Anthony heading up the warehouse responsible for ordering, receiving and delivering materials.

Michael A. Caballero  
Michael A. Caballero son of Michael J. Caballero, as a young boy Michael has always has a high interest in the plumbing field. When he was finally old enough he started working during his summers and breaks from High School. In 2010 after graduating from Freehold Township High School, Michael continued his education at New England Institute of Technology in Rhode Island. Michael graduated from New England Tech. in 2013 with an associate’s degree in Plumbing, Heating and Gas. When Michael returned home from Rhode Island he dove right in working full time as an apprentice. Now working independently as a Journeyman, Michael is on path to take his Master Plumbers Exam making him the first 3rd generation “Master Plumber” of Caballero & Sons.

Thomas Caballero
Thomas Caballero, son of John Caballero was involved since he was a freshman in High School. Working summers and breaks to learn the family business. He graduated Manalapan High School in 2015, and was part of the 1st Football State championship in Manalapan High School history. He now continues his education at Brookdale Community College, pursuing a major in business. Thomas continues to work his summers and days off in the field learning the ins and outs of the trade. After completing his education, Thomas plans on joining the family business continuing the legacy of Caballero & Sons. 

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